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Mumbai`s Pratishtha Bhawan gets 63 kWp rooftop solar power

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Prathistha Bhavan becomes the first central government building in Mumbai to go solar. A 63 kWp rooftop grid solar power plant has been installed by CleanMax Solar in association with Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) and Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE).
The plant, which has been incorporated with a square grid, is spread across three roofs and is estimated to generate 85,000 kWh annually. “The complex will save 30 per cent costs in comparison to conventional electrical grid and will decrease about 246 kg of carbon dioxide per day or 219 tonnes over its 25-year lifetime,” claims CleanMax Solar.
The plant was inaugurated by Usha Batra, Additional Director General (Western Region-I), CPWD. CleanMax has also recently commissioned a solar power plant at CPWD, CBD Belapur.

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